Dalmiya is worried man
Jagmohan Dalmiya, the Cricket Association of Bengal president, has expressed concerns over Bengalís poor performance in this seasonís Ranji Trophy. Precisely, itís the batting that worries Dalmiya.
ďOur bowlers are doing their job. Itís the batsmen who are failing repeatedly. Besides, I was really disappointed when they couldnít finish off Gujarat and secure full points despite having reduced them to 18 four five (at the Eden),Ē he said on Thursday.
The extension of coach Woorkeri Ramanís contract, however, depends on the teamís performance in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, Dalmiya added. ďWeíve to sit for a meeting and assess everything once the Vijay Hazare Trophy is over. Whether the present coach will continue or not will be decided after that period only.Ē
Meanwhile, former India off-spinner and international umpire Srinivas Venkataraghavan will sign the certificates that will be given to blood donors at the CAB Foundation Day, on February 3.
Centuries from Shuvajit Acharjya and Rohit Roy led MSCA to a 302-run win over Milan Samity in the Ambar Roy sub-junior under-14 tournament, on Thursday.
Shuvajit hit 119, while Rohit was unbeaten on 102 as MSCA piled up a mammoth 388 for four.
In reply, Milan Samity was bundled out for 86, with Abdul Kalam taking a five-wicket haul for MSCA.
MSCA 388/4 (Shuvajit Acharjya 119, Rohit Roy 102). Milan Samity 86 (Abdul Kalam 5/15). MSCA won by 302 runs.
RNS Katiahat beat New Bani Sangha 1-0 in the quarter final of the Ganga Football Utsav at Basirhat, on Thursday. Firoj Gazi was adjudged man of the match.
Top seed Nitin Kumar Sinha will face Vikash Singh in the boysí under-14 singles final of the AITA Super Series Tennis Tournament, being held at the Calcutta South Club. Nitin beat Sumit Pal Singh 6-3, 6-3 in the semis, with Vikas winning 6-2, 6-0 over Parikshit Somani in the other last-four match. Top seed Nitin had it tough going in the beginning with both held serve till 2-2.
Lucky Swaine emerged as the net winner with 211 in Division One on the final day of the Tolly Club Ladies Golf Championship, on Thursday. Kiran Sharma, with 217, finished as the first runner-up. In Division Two, Juyi Ham was the net winner with 212, while Walza Mathew finished as the first runner-up with 217.